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Utilization in New Zealand’s Way (11 pics)

Posted in Pictures   27 May 2010   / 5742 views

This frigate known as HMNZS Wellington was commissioned for the Royal New Zealand Navy in 1969. Thirty years later it was decommissioned. And it was utilized in 2005. The whole process was effective. But why couldn’t they just cut it?

 

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gigantes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This frigate known as HMNZS Wellington was commissioned for the Royal New Zealand Navy in 1969. Thirty years later it was decommissioned. And it was utilized in 2005. The whole process was effective. But why couldn’t they just cut it?

english, please?

i.e., what is the actual question that you are trying to ask?
       
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M 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
But why couldn’t they just cut it?


Would you like to sink a ship by cutting it when you're in it?
       
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BillTheWelder 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
The ship has been stripped of all reusable items and harmful and toxic substances. Bulkheads and flooring have been cut at strategic locations throughout the ship and shaped direction charges were placed in other locations along the ships interior against the hull or outer skin so when they were ignited it would allow water to enter the vessel and it would flood quickly and sink. You can't just cut a ship while its floating in water and sink it that way it has to be done safely so that no one gets hurt.
       
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jesper 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It is to be transformed into an artificial reef.
       
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mother nature 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
the iron is cheap to make yes/NO.
fuckers
       
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sym 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
BillTheWelder

thanks for the info. Very interesting process.
       
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4down2 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
reef sounds logical ! fool
       














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